17 people escaped from observation in Kherson region

Source : 112 Ukraine

They returned from Crimea and were obliged to stay in observation
20:14, 8 April 2020

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In Kherson region, 17 people, who returned from Crimea, arbitrarily left the observation center in Kalanchak area. The police drew up administrative protocols as the police’s press service reported on Facebook.

“The police officers drew up administrative protocols toward 15 people who arbitrarily left the observation center in Kalanchak area. They had to stay there after return from Crimea. They have to pay fines in the sum of 17,000 hryvnia ($623) for the violation of the rules of observation,” the message said.

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Besides, 20 people came to the center for the observation. After the medical examination, 17 people, including two children, refused to stay in the obligatory observation and arbitrarily left the center. The violators of the observation explained that they want to stay in self-isolation at home.

“Toward 15 violators of the regime of observation, the police officers drew up the administrative protocols due to the violation of the rules on the quarantine of people,” the press service added.

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The citizens went home, mostly to the western region and Dnipropetrovsk region. Information about them will be passed to the local police.

As we reported, over 50 people escaped from observation at Kozatsky hotel in Kyiv. They recently returned from abroad.

On March 30, the Ukrainians who returned from Bali and Qatar were transferred to Kozatsky hotel for observation. Three buses accompanied by police proceeded to the observation place from the airport. Later, the Ukrainians started to leave the place of observation.




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